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Lone Elk Park

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1 Lone Elk Park, Saint Louis, MO 63088-2032
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Judy T wrote a review Aug 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri215 contributions37 helpful votes
The park is always a beautiful place to be. There are always numerous animals out and about and the drive thru the woods is very peaceful.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Kim Marshall wrote a review Jul 2020
Gilman City, Missouri8 contributions
We saw many elk, deer, wild turkey & bison. Go early when the park first opens up to get the best view. Great park, beatiful drive. If you plan to hike, wear insect repellent
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Date of experience: July 2020
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c.c. rider wrote a review Jul 2020
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Beautiful day with the animals active. Many female elk in the water, a few male elk with majestic antlers, and bison on the road with two babies. As well as six raccoons and birds...and we didn't make it to the bird sanctuary. Driving around can be a little tricky especially getting to the park. But inside you can keep doing circles and see something new. Some trails but havent tried as there are, yes, ELK out there.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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LDHtraveler wrote a review Jun 2020
Belleville, Illinois1,418 contributions87 helpful votes
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After a trip to the Magic house we decided to take a drive through Lone Elk Park. What a beautiful little park with great views of wild life running loose through out the park. We saw lots of deer, huge magnificent Elk with full sets of antlers in velvet. All just off the road side. Almost like they were posing for pictures. We didn’t get to see any bison, but we thoroughly please with our visit. The kids loved it.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Dr. J wrote a review Jun 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri271 contributions51 helpful votes
I'm glad it's open during the covid lockdown. Although Google shows that it's closed at 5pm, it's actually open until sunset. I learned online that the best time to go is in the evening because animals come out when it's cooler. It's true. I was there between 5 and 8ish. I was lucky to see bisons, elks, turkeys, and racoons roaming around. I also thought I couldn't get off the car, but I found this public bison trial near the visitor center and had a nice stroll. During hiking, I saw an elk mom wandering with her baby. It was truly lovely. Also there are picnic chairs, tables and grillers so it can be a good idea to bring your own food. Overall it's perfect for traveling alone and I enjoyed my time there for almost 3 hours.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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